San Francisco, CA | August 7, 2014
Credit.com, the leader in online credit education & advice, today announces the release of its new mobile app, the only app of its kind that’s designed to help users easily understand and master their credit. The new credit app provides users with completely free access to their own credit data — including their credit score, key information from their credit profile and comparisons to state and national averages — along with expert guidance, tailored to their particular situations.
“We’re incredibly proud of this new app,” said Ian Cohen, Credit.com’s President and CEO. “We kept it dead simple and focused on giving consumers quick and easy steps they can take to understand and improve their credit. Our goal is two-fold: to give people control over their credit data through transparency and analysis, and most of all to show them what to do next.”
The app is currently only available to iPhone users, but will soon be released across all mobile platforms. Among its most noteworthy features are:
Credit.com’s app was developed by top credit experts, whose mission is to simplify credit for real consumers facing real challenges. Its design and functionality go well beyond credit scores and credit monitoring. Without context, a score is just a number, so the app was designed to address users’ particular circumstances. It can help them achieve and sustain an awesome credit reputation, potentially saving them thousands of dollars in interest over time.
Credit.com is the only company of its kind to be founded and run by leading credit experts including journalists, authors and consumer advocates. The Company is committed to helping consumers understand and master the confusing world of credit and to improve their financial standing by recommending products and actions that are in their best interest. Only Credit.com provides consumers with a personalized view of their credit standing and an actionable plan to improve and maintain their credit — all for free.
Certain credit cards and other financial products mentioned in this and other articles on Credit.com News & Advice may also be offered through Credit.com product pages, and Credit.com will be compensated if our users apply for and ultimately sign up for any of these cards or products. However, this relationship does not result in any preferential editorial treatment.